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Short Talks, Italian Folk Tunes Feature Initial Program


Beginning its thirtieth-year, the Harvard Circolo Italiano will hold an open meeting at Phillips Brooks House next Monday evening. Opening the program members of the Circolo will give short introductory talks and sing Italian folk-tunes. The guest speaker, later to be announced, will probably be the director of the Casa Italiana.

Founded in 1905, the Circolo has extended its sphere of interest, until at the present it is a club for all students in the culture and civilization of Italy.

Throughout this year monthly meetings will take place at which prominent speakers will lecture on the history, literature and art of Italy. At the end of the year one or more scholarships will be awarded by the Club to members of high scholastic standing.

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